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The Consequences of Good and Bad Timing; Season 7, Episode 9: Leadership on the Ground with Erica Peitler


ABOUT SEASON SEVEN:

In this season, we’re going to be talking about the timing of leadership, which is all about answering the question of when. Time is a precious resource, a nonrenewable resource. So, learning how to use time, leverage it, and turbo charge it, both in our life and in our career, can be a game changer.


DISCUSSION GUIDE FROM TODAY’S EPISODE:

  1. There are both negative and positive consequences of timing.
  2. Most important: When you have good timing, you will make a lot of entry points (generate opportunities).
  3. Celebration OR regrets (missed opportunities).
  4. Well planned with good sequencing OR chaos.
  5. With good timing, you generate energy!
  6. With good timing, you develop a deep bench of engaged talent, ready to take advantage of entry points.
  7. Making good investments and spends of your time.
  8. “It’s good to invest time thinking on your management of time.”
  9. Poor time management is a MAJOR disruption, more than most realize.
  10. If a LEADER has poor time management, it is VERY hard to work under that leadership team.
  11. “No one is going to put you in charge of other people if you are a train wreck yourself.”
  12. All ideas are not great business opportunities. It might just be the right time…
  13. There is something about the timing of unique business challenges with the temperament of a leader. A veteran leader in an organization might not handle a sudden transformation effort well.

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ABOUT ERICA PEITLER

Erica is an accomplished leadership performance coach and high-impact facilitator who creates the conditions for change and growth with her clients so that they can take the evolutionary or transformational steps toward achieving their full potential as individual leaders, high-performing teams, and organizations operating at a level of excellence.

Erica was recognized by New Jersey Biz magazine as one of the 50 Best Women in Business in 2013 and in 2014 was elected to sit on the boards of two large, privately held companies. In 2011-2013, she served as the chair of the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy board and is a member of the Executive Women of New Jersey (EWNJ) and the Healthcare Women’s Business Association (HBA). In addition, she has chaired a Vistage private advisory board and facilitated monthly provocative debate and dialogue with 15 to 18 CEOs. EMAIL or call 973.998.8082.


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